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CERN School of Computing 2010 23 August-3 September  2010 - Uxbridge, UK

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Massimo PALADIN

CERN, Geneva - Switzerland

I graduated from the University of Udine with a bachelorís degree in Computer Science. I am studying towards a masterís degree in Computer Science at Udine, and I am presently working on my final thesis as a Technical Student at CERN in the IT Department.  During summer 2009 I have been working as an openlab Summer Student at CERN in IT/GS/DMA. I have been working on HammerCloud, a stress-testing system to commission grid sites for distributed analysis activities.  I am presently working in CERN IT department, Grid Technology group, "Tools for Operations, Monitoring" section. The main area of my work is development of the WLCG monitoring infrastructures that relies on ActiveMQ, an Enterprise Messaging System.  In particular I have developed a system, based on Nagios, to monitor WLCG monitoring and messaging infrastructure and react in case of anomalies.  I am also doing research in the area of application flow monitoring to observe the information flows between the components in the system in order to detect abnormal behaviors at higher levels.

 

 
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